If any expert could give me his opinion I would be more than grateful. I've been looking at the compatibility of that integrated graphic and I haven't seen anything about it being able to play 3D, someone knows if it is.
Cheaper and faster to get a dedicated player if you want to play discs. PowerDVD is $99 and you'll have to update it at least once every couple of years. Plus, you'll spend a lot of time fussing with it. A dedicated player will be cheaper and have less issues, plus supports menu. And I believe all players on the market today support 3d still - the only one that didn't was Samsung and they no longer make disc players.
You're right, but personally I've always been more inclined to go for a mini-pc solution because it's more flexible and scalable. Having it via hardware player is certainly more direct and less problems in the short term but more limited and it ends up becoming obsolete in the medium term. Thanks for your point of view.
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